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Mame: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Written by Eileen Forster Keck   

MameIf you loved Lucy, or Patrick Dennis' Auntie Mame, or if you just like a little sentiment and a great old broad that won't quit, you'll be charmed by this recording.

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Lena Horne - Love Songs
Written by Michael S. Goldfarb   

Lena HorneHer regal poise and stunning beauty regularly transfixed audiences both onstage and on film. More than just a singer, she was a noted actress and charismatic entertainer throughout her long career.

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Jim Malloy - Jazz Vocalist
Written by Dante Murphy   

Jim MalloyMalloy's beaming smile on the cover of his CD is a harbinger of the amiable, accessible music collected inside—mostly mellow, always melodic jazz with a flavorful twist of latin lounge.

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Betty Hutton - Hollywood's Blonde Bombshell
Written by Eileen Forster Keck   

Betty HuttonBetty Hutton was one of the less typical Hollywood bombshells, as boisterous as she was beautiful, and nearly as likely to cut up as the Marx Brothers.

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The Hoppin' Haole Brothers - How-Lee
Written by Will "the Thrill" Viharo   

The Hoppin' Haole BrothersThis Mai Tai mob offers a perfect soundtrack to your next backyard luau, equally suited to Atlantic City, Honolulu, and anyplace in between or beyond.

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The Honeybees - The Bee Sides
Written by Dante Murphy   

The HoneybeesThe Honeybees' songs are bright, clever, and fun, highlighted by songbird harmonies and crisp arrangements.  There's no sting here, just sweet, golden goodness.

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Sony Holland - On a San Francisco High
Written by Dave Wright   

Sony HollandSony Holland is singing a love letter to San Francisco. Her sophomore CD features her breezy and assured vocals and is backed by her own capable jazz combo, led by pianist and arranger Dennis Burnside.

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Duke Ellington - The Best of the War Years and More
Written by Frankie Hagan   

Duke EllingtonFeaturing excellent digital clarity, this collection is a cornucopia of Ellington's finest compositions from the concert halls and V-Discs of the World War II era, presented in authentic V-Disc format!

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Perfect for Parties
Written by Dante Murphy   

Perfect for PartiesIt's rockabilly, sure enough, from the blues-drenched "One Way Ticket" by Ronnie Hayward to the two-stepping "Never Had a Love" of Round-Up Boys my personal fave, Jack Face's "You're So Dumb".

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